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Old 08-08-2013, 12:29 AM   #19
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Default Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux - Part 2

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Originally Posted by herolee10 View Post
What's also sad is that unlike Thor, they've not really shown what Loki is capable of doing when he doesn't have some magical powerful staff in his possession. The impression that the MCU gives of Loki is that his main offensive powers comes more from his weapons than his own skills, where his physical strength and durability is seemingly only useful when he's going up against human beings or super soldiers.

Iron Man and Hulk are presented in having a good offensive stance against him, especially the latter.
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Originally Posted by Loki882 View Post
He had all of the Avengers at each others throats, so he was still messing with their heads. He also sent the Hulk on a rampage that almost killed Thor and BW. He used mind control on Hawkeye, Selvig, and several SHIELD agents. He cast multiple illusions. He wasn't powerless in the movie.
All of that, because of an artifact. What did we see him do under his own power? What illusions did he cast, besides duplicates of himself?

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IM knocked Loki down, but the repulsers did NO real damage. Loki got up a couple of seconds later and was unharmed. Loki could kill IM easily if he wanted to.
Sure, they did no effect, but what has Loki offensively done to Iron man.

They made it clear that Iron man could take Loki one on one. MCU, I don't think it's the case, but the way it was portrayed, herolee10 said it perfectly.

he wasn't as offensively tough as he should have been

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